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DaBaby Now Offering To Pay Bail Of Tityana Coppage

DaBaby is looking to lend a helping hand this week. The North Carolina Rap Star is offering to help pay a Kansas City woman’s bail,  after she was locked up and charged after taking the life of the man who took her teenage brother’s life last week.

Tityana Coppage, 21, reportedly sent a text message to her deceased brother after the act. “Sent a [expletive] to my brother I owe em that body,” the message stated. Upon review of her phone, investigators found that she had also messaged a contact named “Auntie”, asking for .45 caliber bullets and saying “LOL I [used too] many on bro.” Her brother, 16 year old Jason Ugwuh, was a high school junior and basketball star. His life was taken on January 10. Coppage is currently being held on $200,000 bond. 

Detroit rapper 42 Dugg was the first to offer aid in paying her bail. In an instagram post from Wednesday January 21, he wrote “I got 20 thousand if they can get out on ten percent tell her people to get with me.” That’s when DaBaby got involved, sharing a screenshot of Dugg’s post and offering to match his contribution and help get Coppage out. This was accompanied by a screenshot of their text thread, detailed plans on how to get her out and whom to send the money too. 

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Coppage is accused of leading the man to a parking lot only 3 days after her brother Ugwuh’s passing. After sustaining wounds to his leg and chest, the guy was driven a short distance from the scene of the incident where ambulances were called. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Tityana Coppage is currently being held at the Jackson County Jail.

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